(Farmington, Maine- June 18, 2019)- Coastal Enterprises, Inc. (CEI) welcomes Lorri Brown as its new Women’s Business Center Program Director and Advisor based in Farmington..
BRUNSWICK, MAINE – June 4, 2019 – Coastal Enterprises (CEI) has created a new loan product to help finance shellfish and sea vegetable growers who, for a variety of reasons, may not be able to access loans from traditional lending sources.
(Bangor, Maine- May 30, 2019) Coastal Enterprises, Inc. (CEI) welcomes Alison Lane as a new small business advisor. She is joining Ann McAlhany in their Maine Small Business Development (SBDC) office in Bangor.
Taste specialty foods and beverages from Maine and learn about the companies who are producing these premium products.
Augusta, Maine – For the last five years Maine has ranked last in New England for solar energy generation and number of solar jobs per capita. A new bipartisan bill that received a public hearing today aims to reverse that trend by accelerating the development of more than 400 megawatts of solar power to serve residents, businesses, and towns across the state.
10 Business Owners Make up Entrepreneurship Class in Katahdin Region
Melissa Law of Bumbleroot Organic Farm asks congressional appropriators to support conservation, local/regional food, and beginning farmer programs that help producers thrive
Of the eleven winners of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s 2019 Maine Small Business Awards, four worked with CEI to plan and finance their growing enterprises. They are Ahmed Abbas of Ameera Bread in Portland, Rebecca and Troy Delano of Alfred’s Upholstery & Co. in Alfred, Kathleen O’Heron of Jynx Productions in Yarmouth and Amber Elliott of Alternative Wellness Services in Biddeford.
Machias, Maine- Coastal Enterprises, Inc. (CEI) has named Ruth Feldman as Program Director of the Women’s Business Center at CEI with a focus on rural Maine. She joins a team providing advice to women entrepreneurs across the state since 1995, when the Women’s Business Center at CEI was founded.
Augusta, ME – From shellfish growers and farmers to doctors and home-grown clean energy businesses, a wide range of Mainers testified today in support of a bipartisan bill to spark action on climate change.